Printed on premium quality, glossy, photo paper
Available in 3 sizes
Printed in the USA
The town is the gateway to Sabarimala, one of the largest Hindu pilgrimage sites in South India. The name Mavelikkara is derived from Ambalappuzha and Vadakkumkur which mean "the place where Amma (goddess) played". It was also known as "Mavellikara" or 'Mavila-Kadu' during the British Raj. Mavelikkara has an average elevation of . It is located on National Highway 47 between Kayamkulam and Pandalam, about away from both towns. The nearest major railway station is at Tiruvalla; while airports are at Kochi () and Thiruvananthapuram ().